The Kapil Sharma Show will not be back in October; reports suggest it will resume only next year

FP Staff

Sep 20, 2017 15:54:23 IST

"This too shall pass," is one phrase that Kapil Sharma should have thought of while he was basking in the glory of his newly-attained stardom; he must think of it today when both his health and popularity are not at their best form.

The Kapil Sharma Show will not be back in October; reports suggest it will resume only next year

Kapil Sharma. File image via News 18

Much recently, it was reported that owing to the comedian-actor's deteriorating health, his flagship TV show, The Kapil Sharma Show has been called off the air temporarily. Then it was speculated that Sharma might come back with his show sometime in October.

Now, it is being reported that the comedian will only be able to make his comeback next year, as he is too occupied currently with finishing his due projects and is not keeping well at the same time, reports DNA.

According to the report, Sharma was undergoing an 'anti-toxification' treatment in Bengaluru which was supposed to last for 40 days, but Sharma requested to leave it mid-way in order to finish his film Firangi and get started with promotions and marketing of the film which due for release early November this year.

The report also quotes a friend of Sharma saying that "Kapil has realised health is the most important thing in life," and he further added that the actor-comedian will return only when he is fully recovered.

Kapil Sharma began his show Comedy Nights with Kapil on Colors TVin the year 2013 and went on to become Indian television's one of the most popular and entertaining personalities. In 2015 he also marked his debut in Bollywood with his film, Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon. After his contract with Colors TV terminated in 2016, he launched The Kapil Sharman Show on Sony Entertainment Television.

Updated Date: Sep 20, 2017 15:54:23 IST

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